Sunday 18 June
Sundays at 77 w/ Kangding Ray, Jas Peters x Lazy Suzan & Barney Kato
6:00pm - 4:00am | Free entry
Few artists can navigate the overlap of techno and experimental music as adeptly as David Letellier, known in the music world as Kangding Ray. His intricate sound aesthetic persistently pushes boundaries, offering an ever-evolving fusion of rhythm, texture, and sound design. KR's remix portfolio spans a range of artists including Martin Gore and Ben Frost on Mute, Battles on Warp, Oscar Mulero on Polegroup, and Inigo Kennedy on Token. With roots in rock and musique concrete, Letellier's musical creations pulsate with a unique energy and vitality. This has attracted an array of fans, from the most discerning avant-garde electronica connoisseurs to the most dedicated club-goers.
Lazy Suzan is a local loiterer in cavernous warehouses, dusty dancefloors and velvety loungerooms. She combines all kinds of flavours on the spinning platters, from acid-soaked broken beats to warm, dubby atmospherics and wonky grooves. Across her three home-bases of Tokyo, British Columbia and Sydney, she’s supported Petar Dundov, Helena Hauff, DJ Bone and Albrecht La’Brooy to name a few. Suzie has been affiliated with local crews Post Pluto, DUNJ, Compound, and Mood Support since graduating from FBI Radio’s Dance Class program in 2015 and continues to develop collaborative projects to give back to the dance music community.
Sydney-based DJ and vinyl devotee. Jasmine Peters plays a wide range of styles within the techno spectrum finding a way to weave melodies with hard-hitting industrial sounds. Heavy bass, twisted rhythms and hypnotic grooves are the foundations she builds from.
Barney Kato, an active presence in the world of dance music for over 23 years, merges the magic of collective harmony and music, regularly captivating Eora / Sydney with his dynamic DJ sets and popular events like Alien and Breakbeat Chaos. As a globetrotter, an aficionado of futurist dance music, and a collector of experiences, he sees the DJ booth as an epicenter of energy manipulation, mixing classic and cutting-edge elements to move dancefloors of all sizes, reshaping experiences beyond familiar anthems. A resident of Sydney's Club 77, Barney curates nights, trains budding talents, and has made significant contributions to Newcastle and Sydney's electronic music scene since 2000, which include running parties, working in record stores, managing a record label, and hosting Fbi Radio Thursday Sunset for 15 years. Barney's DJ career highlights include spinning records at Australia's most iconic parties and festivals like Big Day Out, Splendour In The Grass, and more recently a set for Boiler at legendary Sydney venue, Hordern Pavilion.